What It Means for School Communities
Parent Engagement in School Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Adolescent and School Health
Fact Sheets on Promoting Parent
Engagement in School Health
- For School Districts and School Administrators
- For Teachers and Other School Staff
- For Parents and Families
Staff Development Program for Engaging Parents in School Health
Staff development is critical to helping school staff strengthen their abilities to involve parents. This program is designed to help school staff ―
This guide provides the step-by-step procedures, activities and exercises, handout materials, resources, and PowerPoint® presentation (with facilitator narrative and notes) needed to implement this staff development program. In addition, an e-mail template to use in promoting the availability of this program to school staff—and inviting them to participate—is included.
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Soccer. Piano lessons. Dance classes. Boy Scouts. The school play. The vast majority of parents agree that these after-school activities enrich their children’s lives, but recent research shows that the benefits of high quality, structured extracurricular activities go far beyond the rewards of the activities themselves. The Harvard Family Research Project recently released research that once again confirmed that out-of-school time activities increase academic achievement, improve classroom conduct, and nurture lifelong work habits.